Please join the Monographic Collections Analysis Task Force on September 8th, 2016, at 10:30 am for a Collections Analysis webinar. The webinar will provide a brief overview of the work of the group to date, collections tools available to VIVA members, how to get involved, and a quick overview of future steps. For those that can’t make it, the webinar will be recorded and posted online.
Save the date! The 18th Annual Interlibrary Loan Community Forum has been scheduled for Friday, July 22nd, 2016 at Virginia Commonwealth University. More details will be available in the upcoming weeks and months. We hope you will all be able to attend!
The increase in purchasing e-books in VIVA has brought the need for more conversation among the member libraries about cataloging issues and best practices. We have created a new VIVA Cataloging Listserv, VIVA-CAT-L, that we hope will be useful to you, especially as we move into the Demand Driven Acquisitions e-book program.
If you would like to be on this listserv, please let me (firstname.lastname@example.org) know and I will add you.
The agenda has been set for VIVA’s Vendor Fair coming up on November 13th at VCU. Registration is required and open, so please do so HERE if interested. Details are also available on VENDOR FAIR page on the viva website.
Vendor Demo Day for the Demand Driven Acquisitions RFP
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Virginia Room C/D of the University Student Commons Building
Virginia Commonwealth University
907 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23284
8:30 AM: Coffee
9:00 AM: Welcome and Introductions
9:15 AM: YBP (40 minutes for presentation, 30 minutes for Q&A)
10:25 AM: Break
10:40 AM: Ingram/Coutts (40 minutes for presentation, 30 minutes for Q&A)
11:50 – 12:35 Lunch
12:35 PM EBSCO (40 minutes for presentation, 30 minutes for Q&A)
1:45 PM Break
2:00 PM EBL (40 minutes for presentation, 30 minutes for Q&A)
3:10 PM Break
3:20 PM Wrap-Up
3:45 PM ADJOURN
Our vendors take up to a month, and occasionally longer, to provide us with use data. Given this lag time, we anticipate that the FY12 use data will be available by mid-August at the earliest. We will make an announcement when it is available.
Your institution’s use data can be downloaded at http://library.gmu.edu/vivasafe/stats.php. Data through March 2012 is currently available for download. We anticipate having data through May available by late next week.
Should you have any questions, please let us know.
PsycBOOKS added the following titles to its coverage list in May 2012.
MARC records can be downloaded in the APA admin module.
- Bilingualism and cognition: Informing research, pedagogy, and policy, ©2011, by García, Eugene C.; Náñez, José. ISBN: 1-4338-0879-X
- Malpractice in psychology: A practical resource for clinicians, © 2011, by Shapiro, David L.; Smith, Steven R. ISBN: 1-4338-0895-1
- Self-regulation: Brain, cognition, and development, © 2011, by Berger, Andrea. ISBN: 1-4338-0971-0
- The anatomy and philosophy of expression, as connected with the fine arts (4th ed.), © 1847, by Bell, Charles
- The anthropological treatises of Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, © 1865, by Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich; Bendyshe, Thomas (Trans.)
- Bockshammer on the freedom of the human will, © 1835, by Bockshammer, Gustave Ferdinand; Kaufman, A., Jr. (Cont.)
- Child psychology, © 1937, by Brooks, Fowler D.; Shaffer, Laurance F. (Col.)
- Cooperation and competition among primitive peoples, © 1937, by Mead, Margaret (Ed.)
- Critical and miscellaneous essays: To which are added a few poems ©1845, by Everett, Alexander H.
- De l’esprit: or, Essays on the mind and its several faculties, © 1759, by Helvetius
- A discourse upon the nature and faculties of man, in several essays: With some considerations upon the occurrences of humane life, © 1697, by Nurse, Tim
- Dissertation concerning liberty and necessity; containing remarks on the essays of Dr. Samuel West, and on the writings of several other authors on those subjects, © 1797, by Edwards, Jonathan
- Doctrine of the will determined by an appeal to consciousness, © 1840, by Tappan, Henry P.
- Elements of logick; or a summary of the general principles and different modes of reasoning © 1816, by Hedge, Levi
- The elements of moral science, © 1856, by Wayland, Francis
- Essay on instinct and its physical and moral relations, © 1824, by Hancock, Thomas
- An examination of the advantages of solitude; and of its operations on the heart and mind; with an enquiry into its prejudicial influence on the imagination and passions, Vol. 1 (transl. from German), © 1805, by Zimmerman, John George
- An examination of the late Reverend President Edwards’s ‘Enquiry on freedom of will’ © 1770, by Dana, James
- Experiments on the principle of life, and particularly on the principle of the motions of the heart, and on the seat of this principle, © 1813, by Le Gallois, M.; Nancrede, N. C. (Trans.); Nancrede, J. G.(Trans.)
- Father Malebranche, his treatise concerning the search after truth; to which is added the author’s treatise of nature and grace: Being a consequence of the principles contained in the search, together with his answer to the animadversions upon the first volume: His defence against the accusations of monsieur De la Ville, etc, relating to the same subject (2nd ed. corr.), © 1700, by Malebranche, Nicolas; Taylor, T. (Trans.)
- How to counsel students: A manual of techniques for clinical counselors, © 1939, Williamson, E. G.
- An inquiry into the self-determining power of the will; or, contingent volition, © 1838, by Day, Jeremiah
- Letters on the elementary principles of education, Vol. 1 (6th ed.), © 1818, by Hamilton, Elizabeth
- Miscellaneous reflections occasion’d by the comet which appear’d in December 1680: Chiefly tending to explode popular superstitions, written to a doctor of the Sorbon, Vol 1, © 1708, by Bayle, Pierre
- The moral characters of Theophrastus: To which is prefix’d A critical essay on characteristic-writings, © 1725, by Gally, Henry
- Of wisdome: Three bookes written in French, © 1658, by Charro, Peter; Lennard, Sampson (Trans.)
- Philosophical inquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautiful (4th ed.) [and] A vindication of natural society: or, A view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of society (3rd ed.), © 1766, by Burke, Edmund
- Principals of psychological examining: A systematic textbook of applied integrative psychology, © 1955, by Thorne, Frederick C.
- Pseudodoxia epidemica: or, Enquiries into very many received tenents and commonly presumed truths (6th and last ed., corr. and enl.), © 1672, by Knight, Thomas Brown
- Sylva sylvarum, or, A natural history in ten centuries: Whereunto is newly added, The history natural and experimental of life and death, or of the prolongation of life (9th ed.), © 1670, by Bacon, Francis; Rawley, William (Ed.)
- A treatise of the hypochondriack and hysterick diseases: In three dialogues (2nd ed., corr. and enl.), © 1730, by Mandeville, Bernard
- The vanity of arts and sciences, © 1694, by Agrippa, Henry Cornelius
- The works of Charles Follen, with a memoir of his life, in 5 volumes, Vol. 3, © 1841, by Follen, Charles
The VIVA OCLC Reclaimation Project Task Force has compiled a Best Practices document for completing a reclamation project. It is available here: http://www.vivalib.org/tech/ReclamationTF100303.docx
VIVA thanks the task force members for their contribution to this project: Jane Penner (Chair), Gene Damon, Cheri Duncan, Johnnie Gray, Irene Handy, Donna Hughes-Oldenburg, Trish Kearns, Mack Lundy, Tansy Matthews, Elizabeth McCormick, and Manon Théroux.
Philip Young (email@example.com) is Virginia Tech’s lead cataloger on CRC project, and has been offered as a resource for VIVA folks who might want to contact him with any questions or comments.
He started a public listserve for batch load issues, which is available here: http://listserv.vt.edu/archives/batch.html. Anyone can search the archives–there are some postings about CRC there. He’s trying to promote discussion and sharing of information about batch loading; anyone who’s interested is encouraged to join in.
Thank you to Leslie O’Brien at Virginia Tech for bringing Philip’s listserv to our attention, and for volunteering him to help out other VIVA members.